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19 arrested in Caddo-Shreveport drug bust prompted by citizen complaints

Cheryl Wilkerson, 50 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Cheryl Wilkerson, 50 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
David Hanus, 51 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) David Hanus, 51 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
Sammy Williams 57 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Sammy Williams 57 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
Timothy Wayne Carver, 53 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Timothy Wayne Carver, 53 (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

A drug operation carried out by the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit Thursday in Shreveport's MLK neighborhood has netted 19 felony arrests. 

Police say members of the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office Special Response Team executed a search warrant in the 3000 block of Gordonia in response to complaints in the area involving the sale of crack cocaine.  

After the warrant was executed, an operation was conducted by the Caddo–Shreveport Narcotics Unit and Shreveport Police Vice Unit.

As a result of the search warrant and the operation that followed, a total of 19 suspects were arrested for felony cocaine charges. According to Caddo Sheriff's Lieutenant Carl Townley, the last suspect arrested was a woman who actually walked up while agents were ending the operation and boldly demanded to buy crack cocaine. According to a release from the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office, Lieutenant Townley said it surprised the agents due to the fact they were wearing tactical uniforms clearly marked with either SHERIFF or POLICE. The suspect was consequently arrested.

During the arrests, agents seized approximately 18.2 grams of crack cocaine, a small amount of marijuana and a small amount of ecstasy. The suspects were booked in the Caddo Correctional Center and Shreveport City Jail.
Below are the arrests made during the operation:


• Charles Young, B/M, age 59, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine and Possession of Schedule I.
• Sharon Neidigh, W/F, age 62, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Timothy Carver, W/M, age 53, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Sammy Williams, B/M, age 57, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Jarea Willmore, B/M, age 23, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine and Possession of Schedule I.
• Charles Heflin, W/M, age 65, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Larry Thompson, B/M, age 52, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Charles Jones, W/M, age 66, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• John Allen, W/M, age 49, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Ronald Fowler, B/M, age 59, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Stacey Carpenter, W/M, age 40, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• David Hanus, W/M, age 51, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Tammy Owen, W/F, age 59, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Pamela Rochester, W/F, age 49, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Edward Chaffer, W/M, age 49, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Roberto Campos, H/M, age 40, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• James Green, W/M, age 26, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Frank Miles, B/M, age 61, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.
• Cheryl Wilkerson, W/F, age 50, Possession of Schedule II Cocaine.

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